Saturday, April 13 / 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM   •   Napoleon Exposition Hall

Poster Session 9

  1. Data Resource: The Wisconsin Longitudinal StudyCarol Roan, University of Wisconsin-Madison ; Pamela Herd, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  2. Comparison of 2010 Census Counts and Population Estimates for Young Children at the State and County LevelWilliam O'Hare, Independent Consultant

  3. Social Disengagement and Military Enlistment: A Discrete-Time Event History Analysis Using the NLSY97Lucky M. Tedrow, Western Washington University

  4. Using the EEO File to Examine 21st Century Workforce DiversityJennifer Cheeseman Day, U.S. Census Bureau ; Liana Christin Landivar, U.S. Census Bureau ; Melissa Chiu, U.S. Census Bureau ; Ana J. Montalvo, U.S. Census Bureau

  5. Parental Financial Support and College PersistenceMelissa H. Humphries, University of Texas at Austin ; Molly Dondero, University of Texas at Austin

  6. What’s in a Keystroke? Working toward an Automated Process Evaluation Using ParadataCatherine N. Barry, University of California, Berkeley ; Rachael Walsh, U.S. Census Bureau

  7. A Profile of Webuye Health and Demographic Surveillance System in Western KenyaChrispinus J. Simiyu, Moi University ; Andrew Obala, Moi University ; Wendy O'Meara, Duke University ; Paul Ayuo, Moi University ; Violet Naanyu, Moi University ; Dinah Chelagat, Moi University ; David Odhiambo, Kenya Red Cross Society ; Ann Mwangi, Moi University ; Edwin Were, Moi University ; Diana Menya, Moi University ; Raymond Downing, Moi University ; Patrick Chege, Moi University ; Marc Twagirumukiza, Ghent University ; Davy Vanden Broeck, Ghent University ; Jan De Maeseneer, Ghent University ; Barasa Otsyula, Moi University

  8. Establishing Webuye Health and Demographic Surveillance Site in Rural Western Kenya: Challenges and Lessons LearnedChrispinus J. Simiyu, Moi University ; Violet Naanyu, Moi University ; Andrew Obala, Moi University ; David Odhiambo, Kenya Red Cross Society ; Paul Ayuo, Moi University ; Dinah Chelagat, Moi University ; Raymond Downing, Moi University ; Diana Menya, Moi University ; Emily Mwaliko, Moi University ; Wendy O'Meara, Duke University ; Edwin Were, Moi University ; Patrick Chege, Moi University ; Ann Mwangi, Moi University ; Marc Twagirumukiza, Ghent University ; Davy Vanden Broeck, Ghent University ; Stanley Shitote, Moi University ; Jan De Maeseneer, Ghent University ; Barasa Otsyula, Moi University

  9. Visualizing U.S. Diversity: 2000 to 2010Hasan Shahid, U.S. Census Bureau ; Lindsay Hixson, U.S. Census Bureau

  10. Data Quality in Indian Demographic SurveysManish Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  11. Counting the Discounted: Identifying the Population of Insane and Feeble-Minded in the 20th Century United StatesMargaret L. Charleroy, University of Minnesota

  12. The Role of the Family Environment on the Prevalence of Rape in CameroonMarcel Nkoma, Ministry of Economy, Planning and Regional Development, Cameroon

  13. Socioeconomic Stratification in STEM Labor Force EntryChelsea Moore, University of Texas at Austin

  14. "Other" Vacant Housing Units: An Analysis from the Current Population Survey/Housing Vacancy SurveyMelissa Kresin, U.S. Census Bureau

  15. Demographic and Reproductive Health Dynamics in Sub-Saharan Africa and Beyond - Causes and ConsequencesMarlene A. Lee, Population Reference Bureau (PRB) ; Kate Belohlav, Population Reference Bureau (PRB) ; Jay Gribble, Population Reference Bureau (PRB)

  16. Language Segregation in U.S. Metro AreasTiffany Julian, U.S. Census Bureau

  17. Characteristics of the Electorate by Generational Status: Analysis of the Current Population Survey, 1996-2008Yesenia D. Acosta, U.S. Census Bureau ; Edward N. Trevelyan, U.S. Census Bureau

  18. Food Stamp/SNAP Participation Rates: The Role of Including Group QuartersMichelle Jiles, U.S. Census Bureau ; Tracy Loveless, U.S. Census Bureau

  19. Rethinking Indigenous Identity: Changing Measurements of Ethnicity and the Influence on Indigenous PovertyDavid Ader, Pennsylvania State University

  20. The Socio-Demography of Extramarital Sex in the United StatesYanyi K. Djamba, Auburn University

  21. Targeting Victims of School Bullying: A Hierarchical Age-Period-Cohort Analysis of Bullying Victimization in the United States, 1991-2010Qiang Fu, Duke University ; Vicki L. Lamb, North Carolina Central University

  22. Supplemental Poverty Measure: Adjusting Poverty Thresholds for Geographic Variations in Both Food and Housing PricesTrudi Renwick, U.S. Census Bureau ; Alemayehu Bishaw, U.S. Census Bureau

  23. Evidence of a Strong Easterlin Effect in the Demography of Homelessness in the U.S.Ethan J. Sharygin, University of Pennsylvania ; Herbert L. Smith, University of Pennsylvania ; Vitor F. Miranda, University of Pennsylvania

  24. A Demographic Evaluation of Increasing Rates of Suicide Mortality in Japan and South Korea, 1985-2010Sun Y. Jeon, Utah State University ; Eric N. Reither, Utah State University

  25. Trends and Differentials in Mortality between New York and California, 1980-2010Mila Andreeva, City University of New York (CUNY) ; John R. Wilmoth, United Nations Population Division ; Magali Barbieri, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED) and University of California, Berkeley ; Elizabeth Arias, National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), CDC ; Robert N. Anderson, National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), CDC ; Celeste Winant, University of California, Berkeley

  26. Consanguinity and Intimate Partner Violence in Egypt and JordanJinan A. R. Usta, American University of Beirut ; Marwan Khawaja, UN-ESCWA ; Dima Dansdashi, American University of Beirut

  27. A Gendered Understanding of Ethnic Identity, Ethnic Self-Labels and Their Effect in a Group of Urban Minority YouthLatoya Shand, University of Texas at Austin ; Elizabeth Gershoff, University of Texas at Austin

  28. Between and within Social Group Disparities in Higher Education: An Assessment for India and Major StatesVini Sivanandan, Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics

  29. Racial-Ethnic Exclusion among Gay, Lesbian and Heterosexual White Online DatersBelinda Robnett, University of California, Irvine ; Cynthia Feliciano, University of California, Irvine ; Matthew Rafalow, University of California, Irvine

  30. Displaying Your Best Assets: The Presentation of (Sexual) Self in Male Sex WorkLeigh Fine, Ohio State University ; Brian Soller, Ohio State University

  31. Exploring the Black-White Wealth Gap: Marriage and Wealth AccumulationKimberly J. Turner, Cornell University

  32. Regional Differences in Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 (T2DM) Morbidity and Mortality in North America and Europe: Reality or Measurement Artefact?Andrea Werdecker, University of Marburg ; Ulrich O. Mueller, University of Marburg

  33. Cumulative Advantage in Wealth and Health?: The Role of SES in Racial Health Inequality across the Life CourseCourtney Boen, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  34. School Racial-Ethnic Composition and the Formation of Romantic Relationships outside of Schools: A Test of Structural Sociological PropositionsKate W. Strully, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  35. Hispanic Immigrant Occupational Mobility: Re-Examining the Role of CitiesDaniel Sanchez, Ohio State University

  36. "I Am Canadian": The Rise of Canadian Identity in Canada's Censuses, 1981-2006Gillian Stevens, University of Alberta

  37. A Review of the Conceptualization and Measurement of Culture in Health ResearchAnne E. Fehrenbacher, University of California, Los Angeles ; Marjorie Kagawa-Singer, University of California, Los Angeles ; Sheba George, Charles R. Drew University ; Heather Guentzel, University of California, Los Angeles ; Darrah Kuratani, University of California, Los Angeles ; Isomi Miake-Lye, University of California, Los Angeles ; Hector Alcala, University of California, Los Angeles ; Adrienne Isaac, University of California, Los Angeles

  38. A Method for Computing State Probabilities under Competing RisksLawrence L. Wu, New York University (NYU) ; Steven P. Martin, New York University (NYU)

  39. Hyphenated Americans? How Ethnic Identification among the 1.5 and Second Generation Relates to Socioeconomic TrajectoriesCatherine L. Thorkelson, Princeton University

  40. Evaluation of the U.S. Census Bureau's County-Level Postcensal Population Estimates by Demographic CharacteristicsBen Bolender, U.S. Census Bureau ; Tiffany Yowell, U.S. Census Bureau ; Irene Dokko, U.S. Census Bureau

  41. Modified Demographic Characteristics: Using Census 2010 as a Base for the Population Estimates Program in the Coming DecadeBen Bolender, U.S. Census Bureau ; Michele Steinmetz, U.S. Census Bureau ; Alexa Jones-Puthoff, U.S. Census Bureau

  42. Evaluating Fluctuations in Sex Ratios at Birth in Small AreasMichele Steinmetz, U.S. Census Bureau ; J. Gregory Robinson, U.S. Census Bureau ; Heather King, Georgia State University ; Daniel Litwok, Michigan State University

  43. The Impact of Revising the International Migration Components on the 2010 Demographic Analysis Sex RatiosMelissa Scopilliti, U.S. Census Bureau ; Eric B. Jensen, U.S. Census Bureau

  44. Statistical Discrimination, Employer Learning and Employment Differentials by Race, Gender and EducationSeik Kim, University of Washington

  45. Demographic Factors Associated with Poverty among American Indians and Alaska NativesKimberly R. Huyser, University of New Mexico ; Isao Takei, University of Texas at Austin ; Arthur Sakamoto, University of Texas at Austin

  46. Examining Chronic and Transient Poverty in the United States with the Supplemental Poverty MeasureSara Kimberlin, University of California, Berkeley

  47. Determinants of Exceptional Old Age: How Do Early Life and Marriage Operate on Spousal Concordance in Longevity?Valérie Jarry, Université de Montréal ; Alain Gagnon, Université de Montréal ; Robert R. Bourbeau, Université de Montréal

  48. Influence of the Mean Net Migration Rate on Change in the Crude Death RateNika Maglaperidze, Ilia State University

  49. On the Quantum of Fertility: A Bias Correction Approach Using the Slope InformationP. C. Roger Cheng, National Central University, Taiwan

  50. Patterns of Mortality Improvement by Level of Life Expectancy at BirthKirill F. Andreev, United Nations

  51. A Proposed Method for Fitting the Mortality Pattern in Mexico 2000, 2005 and 2010Claudio A. Davila, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO)

  52. Using Microsimulation to Estimate the Impact of Crisis Mortality on the Marriage Market. An Application to the Historical Demography of Roman ItalySaskia Hin, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  53. Estimating Households by Household Size Using the Poisson DistributionBeth Jarosz, San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)

  54. How Much Internal Migration Does a Census Generate? Estimates from a Small-Area Study in BoliviaJorge Derpic, University of Texas at Austin

  55. Exploring Spatial Contrasts of Mortality Patterns in UkraineSvitlana Poniakina, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  56. Catching Imagined Census Data Using Small Area AssessmentFlorio O. Arguillas, Cornell University ; Marie Joy B. Arguillas, Cornell University

  57. Geographic Variation in U.S. Mortality 2004-2008: a Spatial Durbin ApproachTse-Chuan Yang, Pennsylvania State University ; Aggie J. Noah, Pennsylvania State University ; Carla Shoff, Pennsylvania State University

  58. Goodness-of-Fit Tests for the Gompertz DistributionAdam Lenart, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research ; Trifon I. Missov, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  59. Metadata across the Public Use - Restricted Access DivideWarren A. Brown, Cornell University

  60. Subnational Projections ToolkitLisa R. Lollock, U.S. Census Bureau

  61. Looking for the Blue Line: Can We Find Differences between People Living inside the Heavily Regulated Adirondack Park and Those outside the Park?Jan Vink, Cornell University ; Joe Francis, Cornell University ; Sutee Anantsuksomsri, Cornell University ; Nij Tontisirin, Cornell University

  62. Entrepreneurship Episode as a Part of a Human Life TimeAneta Ptak-Chmielewska, Warsaw School of Economics

  63. Data Limitations in Tracking Childhood Obesity in the United StatesRachel T. Cortes, Population Reference Bureau (PRB)

  64. Correlatedness of Mortality Assumptions in a Probabilistic Population Projection ModelChristina Bohk, University of Rostock ; Roland Rau, University of Rostock

  65. Racial Categorization and Implications for Multiracial Health ResearchKaren Tabb, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  66. Regional Probabilistic Fertility Forecasting by Modeling between-Country CorrelationsBailey Fosdick, University of Washington

  67. New Set of Population Projections by Age, Sex, and Educational Attainment for More than 171 Countries of the World: Methods and ChallengesSamir K.C., Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU) ; Erich Striessnig, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU)

  68. Labor Force Projections for Europe by Age, Sex, and Highest Level of Educational Attainment, 2008 to 2053Elke Loichinger, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU)

  69. An Examination of National Level Differences between the Census Counts and Postcensal Estimates for the American Indian and Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander PopulationsJason Devine, U.S. Census Bureau ; Katrina L. Wengert, U.S. Census Bureau

  70. Age Reporting in the North West Province, South Africa, 1996-2011Martin Enoch Palamuleni, North-West University, South Africa